Category Archives: Non Fiction

I’ll Have you Home by Christmas by June Allen

A story of emotional survival A decade in the author’s life when she struggled to find a home for herself and her three children. It was the early 1970s and she encountered a great deal of social and financial discrimination. … Continue reading

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Voices from the Heavens by Brian Hool and Rue Crawford Hool

Voices from the Heavens comprise of four books of Channelled Spiritual Teachings for the new Millennium. This anthology of four books was channelled by Spiritual Guardian Mariah to Rue and Brian Hool between 2001 and 2009. Comprising of Spiritual lessons … Continue reading

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Book Journals by S L Beaumont

Reader’s Book Journal & The Book Club Book Journal The Reader’s Book Journal An essential journal for Reader’s and Book Lovers! This handy Reader’s Book Journal is the place to keep track of all of your reading experiences. Measuring 6″ x … Continue reading

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The Lie That Settles by Peter Farrell

CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK Peter Farrell is not the first person to discover he is illegitimate but few have been brave enough to provide such an illuminating account of the events that led to the search for a parent. This … Continue reading

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The Gift of Life by Anetta Cupido

For many it is a tragedy to be diagnosed with cancer and to battle with the disease, but to have to faced the diagnosis five times in your life is something that most of us will never go through. Anetta’s … Continue reading

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No Ordinary Goat by Alison Sutherland

Using a narrative style, ‘No Ordinary Goat’ tells the story of Captain Cook leaving goats on New Zealand’s Arapawa Island, and provides evidence the goats, probably of the Old English breed, survived and multiplied. Two hundred years after Cook introduced … Continue reading

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Where The Bad Sad Kids Go by Alison Sutherland

A trained secondary school teacher, seeking a new challenge Alison Sutherland accepted the position of teaching principal at a New Zealand Youth Justice Residential School. This book provides an insight into the world of educating young offenders with challenging behaviours. … Continue reading

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